Vet's Best Dry Clean Waterless Cat Bath
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Vet's Best Dry Clean Waterless Cat Bath

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Rating: 5

(5 out of 5)

Tags: vet's best, waterless shampoo, waterless cat shampoo, cat shampoo, products, cat products

Most cats hate water and a bath is often an unpleasant experience for both the cat and the owner. Now you can bathe your feline friend quickly and easily with Dry Clean Waterless Cat Bath shampoo. Massage in the fresh, leave-on foam and it cleans, detangles, moisturizes, and leaves your cat's coat soft and shiny. No struggling, no scratching, no crying, and no miserable, smelly, dripping pet. Neem oil relieves skin problems and itching related to flea infestations and oatmeal soothes the skin. Dry Clean Waterless Cat Bath is safe to use with internal or topical flea control products.
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Editor's Review

Vet's Best Waterless Cat Bath is an effective no-rinse grooming option.

March 8, 2011 5:41 pm | By Zootoo Editor CynthiaLo

If your cat thinks of anything resembling bath time as a distinct form of punishment inexplicably handed out by humans – i.e., literal water torture – it might be time to try a foaming waterless cat shampoo, such as the Vet’s Best Waterless Cat Bath.

The Vet’s Best formula, featuring such soothing natural ingredients as oatmeal and aloe vera, is an ideal way to keep your feline’s coat clean and smooth when illness or advanced age makes it hard for your cat to groom himself.

But the primary draw for cats – and the owners who love them -- is the no-rinse aspect of Vet’s Best Waterless Cat Bath. While other “waterless” shampoos hint in their directions that a follow-up rinse might be beneficial, the Vet’s Best formula lives up to its “dry clean” name. After applying the foam to our tester cat’s fur and massaging it in, a quick towel-dry and brush was all it took to get her coat completely dry within minutes.

And best of all, the scent was mild enough that our tester cat didn’t immediately try to lick it off, as I was certain she might. Owners can also breathe easy that Vet’s Best Waterless Cat Bath works with any topical flea control products that you might be using.

If your cat has physical limitations, or just needs a deep cleaning, save yourself and your felines a stressful session in the tub with this high-quality, effective product.

Pros: Mild, pleasing scent; dries quickly; natural ingredients.

Cons: None.

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Reader's Reviews (5)
Mary W.
Rating: 3

Easy to use

posted 6 years ago

I had to use this on my cat when she was sick and unable to clean herself and it worked great.

Pros: cleans good

Cons: pricey

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Vivian L.
Rating: 5


posted 7 years ago

A cat bathing dream come true! Product smells great and does the job without doing battle with kitty to take a bath!

Pros: a bathing dream come true

Cons: none

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